A book review on Neal Stephenson’s Cyberpunk novel, Snow Crash. This is a general review for the entire book with minimal spoilers (no worse than reading the book’s cover). Snow Crash was nominated for both the British Science Fiction Award in 1993, and the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1994. End Credit Music: How It […]
The one piece of writing advice you hear universally is, “if you intend to write, you must read.” This seems pretty obvious. Thankfully, I love to read, so it rarely feels like work. When I enjoy a book, I like to talk it up over on my YouTube channel. This year I had a bit
Just like the title says, a video containing my thoughts on Christopher Paolini’s final book in the Inheritance cycle.
One of the wonderful people I follow on Twitter is Madeleine Rex. She’s 15, has completed first drafts of two novels and is an accomplished book reviewer. Yeah, she makes me humble. Anyway, she posted this on her website, Wordbird, and challenged others to take a stab at it. So here’s my go. She got
When I started this blog, I never thought I’d be writing anything that might be seen as a political diatribe. Yet, here I am. So the story, as I’m sure you’re aware, is that a small Christian parish in Florida intended to burn copies of the Q’uran in order to mark the anniversary of September
I started reading a book two weeks ago, Justin Cronin’s The Passage. It’s the first book I’ve read in several months. Unusual for me, as I’ve usually managed to read a book every two weeks for the past couple years. Truth is, I’ve been too focused on my own words to allow someone else to